What Happens On The 12th Hole ...\nPlaying the 12th hole at Augusta is anything but predictable\n\nGuy Yocom on the 12th Hole: "Swirling Down The Drain"\n1948\n\nThroughout the years the 12th hole has always been a favorite spot for patrons. Any number of possibilities can unfold in this windswept spot.\n1930\n\nKy Lafoon attempts to blast from the edge of Rae's Creek onto the 12th green.\n1935\n\nBefore he teed off on No. 12, Gene Sarazen always looked to no. 13 to gauge the wind.\n1964\n\nGary Player believes in overclubbing on No. 12 . "You can always get down in two from the back fringe," he says. "I've always said, 'Better to be long than short.' Nobody's underwater shot is worth a damn."\n2011\n\n. . . landing in a bunker and chalking up a double bogey.\n2011\n\nGary Woodland fared worse in the second round . . .\n2011\n\nMartin Laird tees off on the 12th hole, where he will tally a bogey in the final round.\n2010\n\nWe can always count on Fred Couples for dramatic play at Augusta. After a flawless front nine Couples was in the mix.\n2010\n\nCouples' face says it all after an errant shot.\n2010\n\nLanding in the water is enough to make a player pull his hat over his eyes.\n2010\n\nCouples took a drop and posted an ugly double-bogey. He went on to finish sixth in the tournament.\n2009\n\nTim Clark can't bear to look after bogeying the hole.\n2009\n\nJim Furyk and Mike "Fluff" Cowan attempt to read the often-deceptive winds that wreak havoc on the 12th hole.\n2009\n\nTiger made par during his second-round encounter with No. 12, but not without a great deal of anguish.\n2008\n\nSteve Flesch had one double-bogey in the tournament, on No. 12 in the final round. He followed that with bogeys on holes 14 through 17 to finish the round with a 78 and place T-5 on the final leader board.\n2008\n\nTrevor Immelman earned the green jacket but not before a final round struggle on No. 12 that produced a bogey.\n2008\n\nAndres Romero has a handle on No. 12 as he saves par in the second round.\n2008\n\nTiger Woods waits while Aaron Baddeley plays a difficult lie out of the bushes. Baddeley posted a 79 in the first round.\n2007\n\nTiger Woods knows he's in trouble all over again. He bogeys No. 12 here in the third round just as he did in the second round.\n2007\n\nStuart Appleby takes a drop and posts a double bogey.\n2006\n\nAngel Cabrera, his caddie and Adam Scott help Davis Love III and his caddie look for Love's ball behind the 12th green. Love came away with a triple bogey.\n2006\n\nShingo Katayama studies hard in the first round and is able to birdie No. 12 in the second round.\n2006\n\nTiger Woods tests the wind during the final round. He makes par on the hole and places T-4 in the tournament.\n2005\n\nMiguel Angel Jimenez strikes out of the foliage on his way to a double bogey.\n1999\n\nA dejected Greg Norman walks back over the bridge at the 12th hole to re-play his tee shot after losing his ball.